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By zkingApril 11, in Physics. As you must know from my other thread on inverters, I’m trying to build one.
I’m having difficulty in finding all the parts, though. Using the simplest inversion circuit I found http: I’ve checked all local stores and none seem to have the exact part. I’ve been told 1N is can replace this part and should work by some. Others have said 1N is needed.
(PDF) FR155 Datasheet download
Due to my inexperience, I’m not sure what to get. I want the circuit to work well, but can’t find the right part. From my understanding, the purpose of these diodes in the above-linked circuit is datashete direct current one way. I don’t see how using a rectifier diode which can handle a really high current above the required 15A can hurt anything.
Can someone confirm or reject this notion? They all handle about 1A, but peak voltages vary.
They could not go any- where that 15A is required. Neither the 1Nx or 1Nx series will work. Excuse my inexperience, but why won’t they work? What’s a stud datasheet How does it differ from a traditional silicon diode?
I found the diode, but when I assembled the circuit it won’t work. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community.
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FR Datasheet(PDF) – Yangzhou yangjie electronic co., ltd
Posted April 11, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Here is a data sheet fg155 1n to 1n Posted April 12, Posted April 13, Is the FR equivalent? So the FR is dayasheet The naming scheme seems confusing. Is there any general system? Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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